BRADFORD hope to have Abo Eisa and Lee Angol back in action next month as they make steady progress from the hamstring injuries they suffered in August.
Eisa sustained his injury during training after making his debut against Nottingham Forest, while Angol tore his hamstring in the 4-1 win over Stevenage.
A medical update ahead of the club’s trip to Salford read: “Having discovered surgery was not required, both have restarted work on the training pitch at Woodhouse Grove this week, and are making positive progress.”


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